Deals with the processes of implementing innovation within organizations and ensuring its adoption.
The Wisdom of the Crowd occurs when a large group collectively makes better decisions than a small group and even experts.
Value management – a system for defining, planning and delivering the value proposition of an initiative, program, or change.
The process of learning new skills or of teaching workers new skills.
The process leading to technology acceptance. Technology Adoption is also a model forecasting product user adoption.
The current state of things or existing state.
Stakeholder Management is the process by which you identify your key stakeholders and win their support.
Function within an organization or team that is responsible for delivering supplier performance improvements and value.
Roadblocks contain undesirable features that affect overall performance and the achievement of goals.
Risk aversion is a situation where an individual has a natural preference for certainty over uncertainty.
Resistance to change is a phenomenon when individuals, teams, or organizations oppose changes within their environment.
At the core, Relationship Management enables companies to have a better overview of their relationship with clients or customers
Recognition Rewards are perks offered to employees for a job well done.
Rapid Change is a change that occurs at an unpredictable fast pace.
Negotiation is a method by which people settle differences. Discover constraints and opportunities to influence inevitable change.
Loss aversion is the irrational tendency for humans to avoid losses at all costs. For example, we feel more pain from losing $100 than we do from gaining $100.
Issues are generally used to manage bugs in software, but it can be understood as a problem point.
The input of stakeholders in programs or projects.
Interdisciplinary: integrating knowledge from different disciplines to advance understanding or solve complex problems.
Innovation Barriers are obstacles that hinder the progress and implementation of new ideas within a company or market.
Inertia: A tendency to do nothing or remain unchanged, often hindering innovation and adaptability in business contexts.
Expectations Management is the strategic alignment of stakeholder anticipations with project outcomes to ensure satisfaction and support.
Early Adopters are the second group, after Innovators, to use new products, influencing its market acceptance and further diffusion.
Disengagement: A decline in interest or involvement in an initiative or task, often leading to decreased productivity and innovation.
Diffusion of Innovation is the process by which a new idea, product, or practice spreads within a society or from one society to another.
Cultural barriers are societal norms and values that hinder the adoption of new ideas or practices in an organization.
Cultural Change: A shift in the collective values, beliefs, and behaviors of an organization, driving new strategies and outcomes.
Constructive feedback is actionable, specific advice aimed at helping improve performance or outcomes in a positive manner.
Change Agents are individuals who drive organizational transformation by influencing and implementing innovative strategies and processes.
Cognitive Diversity refers to the inclusion of varied thinking styles and perspectives in a team or organization.
Change resistance: The pushback or reluctance to adapt to new processes, technologies, or ideas within an organization.
Change Management is the strategic approach to planning, implementing, and adapting to organizational change with minimal disruption.
Adoption is the uptake of new ideas or technologies by users within a market or organization.
Absorptive Capacity is a firm's ability to recognize, assimilate, and apply external knowledge for competitive advantage.
The Triple Helix Model is an organizational model that suggests collaboration between three types of stakeholders - government, industry, and academia - is essential for successful innovation.
A framework that helps to explain how and why individuals or organizations adopt innovations.
Implementation is the process of putting an idea or plan into action, the transformation of innovative ideas into actions.
Hyper-adoption of innovation describes the ability to adopt to innovation at an unmatched speed and skill.